The next edition of the Post New York Alliance’s free ‘Post Break’ webinar series will look at practical issues on how to produce and deliver VFX for film and TV; panelists include VFX producer Leslie Lerman and Powerhouse VFX executive producer Ryan Cunningham.
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Senior technologist brings vast experience in delivering innovative solutions for theme parks, broadcasting, production, gaming, mobile, and big data analytics in mission-critical environments.
Emmy Award-winning studio scares up a compilation of some of their most grotesque and horrifying VFX creations from films like ‘The Haunting of Bly Manor,’ ‘Legion,’ and ‘N0S4A2.’
15-year veteran joins leadership team in new B.C. division, bringing expertise in management and collaboration to studio’s growing network of work-from-home teams of artists.
Studio’s new fully CG spot drops viewer into frantic video game race to find loved one after realizing unsecured gun is missing from a drawer.
After a year of steady growth, visual effects house bolsters its NYC office roster with hiring of two new VFX supervisors.
Sister company to Emmy-winning entertainment company Zoic Studios teams with boutique consulting firm for strategic business development.
Industry veteran brings decades of feature film experience to the studio’s rapidly growing high-end television clients.
Emmy Award-winning VFX house gives a behind-the-scenes glimpse into how they brought Episode 1’s shocking removal of one of Arya’s ‘many faces’ to life.
VFX veteran has lent his talents to a slew of major feature films including ‘The Avengers,’ “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2,’ and ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides.’
Emmy-nominated VFX Supervisor with more than 30 years’ experience in post-production working in film and video editing, set supervision and visual effects earned a 2016 Emmy nomination for the pilot of Amazon series ‘The Man in the High Castle.’
Imaginative new comedy series from the Oscar-winning director of Disney’s ‘Feast’ combines live action with CG animation produced by Vancouver’s Zoic Studios.
Fire, smoke, liquid and ocean simulations now possible directly in Maya; FLIP Solver tops new feature set.
Zoic transforms modern-day Vancouver into period San Francisco, Arizona and Washington DC locales to elevate the historical authenticity of the real-life struggles of the people at the center of the LGBTQ movement.
Led by VFX supervisor Everett Burrell, Zoic Studios delivers big Hollywood explosions and high impact antics to amplify the humor of the film’s chance encounters and secret missions.
Two-time Emmy nominee previously served as associate head of production at Zoic Studios; VFX producers Danielle Beemis and Miles DeLong also added to Los Angeles staff.
VFX supervisor Jeff Baksinski leads the team of artists at Zoic Studios to create effects to fully engulf viewers in a distorted 1960s America, handling extensive environment work and amplification of key action sequences.
Zoic Vancouver delivers 150 visual effects shots for action sequel directed by legendary fight choreographer Yuen Wo-Ping and starring Donnie Yen and Michelle Yeoh.
VFX company’s third office opens its doors in Hell’s Kitchen led by executive producer Colleen Bachman.
Klippsten returns to Zoic Studios with nearly 15 years of experience working with top studios including Psyop, MassMarket, Stardust Studios and Ntropic.